Monday, September 27, 2004

The Wrong Terminal

Instead of razing Terminal C, RDU should renovate and expand Airport capacity in two steps:

(1) In Terminal C: (a) Expand the ticketing & security space, and infrastructure capacity to handle more airlines for all those unused gates; (b) Remodel the entire interior design of the terminal.

(2) For Terminal A, massively overhaul the terminal, perhaps with phased demolition and replacement of the two main parts.

This Step 2 is going to have to happen sooner or later anyway. Local businesses and other airport users will have to complain for an extra 4-5 years about Terminal A, because the Airport Authority is pursuing the wrong project in 2004.

Both Steps 1 and 2 should be done in ways that leave space, a generation or more in the future, for further expansions northward and southward on existing terminal structures.

Addendum, 9 P.M.: So it turns out that some people, confident enough about themselves that they don't need new airport buildings to conduct their business, think that Terminal A can be more efficiently organized without having to be demolished.

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